At 16:35 -0400 23/8/06, eric.dunn at wrote:

>Welcome to the (hellish) world of colourmatching. Fussing with the colour
>on screen is virtually meaningless. If the two are supposed to be the
>same, they SHOULD be the same. If they are displaying differently, they
>undoubtedly are different and do need edited in image editing software.

A tangential remark: I recently worked on a job that used a key color. Although 
the CMYK mix was matched carefully across all the contributing applications, 
the actual color displayed totally differently in FrameMaker to Illustrator. 
When both the imported Illustrator work and the FrameMaker files were combined 
and output to PDF, the two 'different' colors appeared the same, and correct.

I guess FrameMaker's color rendering is a little behind that of Adobe's CS2 


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